Latest Samsung Galaxy S11 Leaks Revealed Snapdragon 865 And, Respectively, Exynos 9830

This year, 2019, has been an excellent period for Samsung. The South Korean company launched two flagship series that were quick to become the best smartphones in the market – Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 models. But, we already know some details on the 2020 Samsung Galaxy S11.

Now, thanks to the latest Samsung Galaxy S11 leaks, we learned that the upcoming devices might sport Snapdragon 865 and, respectively, Exynos 9830. These CPUs represent the latest creations from their producers – Qualcomm and Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy S11 Release Date

As it seems at the moment, the South Korean tech giant would announce the Galaxy S11 models during the 2020 CES event, which would take place next year between January 7th and January 10th.

However, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series would launch globally in February 2020, just like it happened with S10 smartphones this year. We should get an official release date from Samsung somewhen by the end of the year or in early-2020, but we’re pretty much sure that the company would launch its next flagships by the end of February 2020.

Latest Samsung Galaxy S11 Leaks Revealed Snapdragon 865 And, Respectively, Exynos 9830

While there are many things to find out about S11, such as details on its design, display, and more, we might have a glimpse at what processors it would boast, thanks to recent leaks. According to the latest rumors, Samsung Galaxy S11 models would roll out with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 for the North and South American market and, respectively, Exynos 9830 for the European market and the rest of the world.

According to some previous rumors, Samsung Galaxy S11 (Plus, maybe) is expected to sport a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen, 4,000-mAh battery, and a whopping 108-mp camera on the rear, backed by other two or three sensors, probably. More details will appear online as we move closer to the device’s release date.

Ben Johnson

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